Personal Branding Magazine – Volume 3, Issue 2
MC Hammer 2.0: How To Use Social Media to Reinvent Yourself!
Personal Branding Magazine Volume 3, Issue 2 is about brand reinvention through social media and what better example of that than MC Hammer. Hammer, a celebrity hip-hop star, sold millions of albums back in the 80’s. Decades later, Hammer is now one of the front men for the social media movement. He has his multi-million Twitter following and his own social network to keep in touch with his old fans. Aside from Hammer, this issue will help you control brand perceptions, repair a damaged brand and give you tips and tricks for navigating the web 2.0 terrain, so that stay ahead of the game.
Free sample issue available today
Enjoy eight articles in the free sample issue, which can be found on PersonalBrandingSample.com. You’ll hear partial interviews from MC Hammer, Kerry Rhodes, Patrick Lencioni, Steve Rubel, John Jantsch and Mitch Joel. You’ll also see two great articles on how to fix a broken image and how to have a competitive advantage in your industry.
Full issue available November 1st (paid subscribers only)
The full issue will be out on November 1st, including complete interviews with major business celebrities and a combined 28 articles for your viewing pleasure. Be sure to subscribe before November 1st in order to receive this issue in your email inbox.
More information can be found at PersonalBrandingMag.com.
Exclusive interviews with:
- MC Hammer is a rapper, dancer, and entertainer that rose up to stardom in the 80s and 90s with his hit songs “Can’t Touch This” and “Too Legit To Quit.” Now he’s the founder of a social network, Dancejam.com, has millions of followers on Twitter and is a reality TV star on A&E.
- Kerry Rhodes is an American football player, who currently plays safety for the New York Jets NFL team.
- Patrick Lencioni is the New York Times bestselling author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, and six other bestselling books. He is the president of The Table Group and Fortune Magazine listed him as one of the top ten gurus you should know.
- Steve Rubel is a Senior Vice President and Director of Insights for Edelman Digital. Steve is a social media pioneer and is on many award lists, including PR Week’s 40 Under 40 and The Forbes.com Web Celeb 25. His lifestream blog is very popular in the industry as well.
- John Jantsch has been called one of the world’s most practical small business expert for consistently delivering real-world, proven small business marketing ideas and strategies. He is the author of Duct Tape Marketing – The World’s Most Practical Small Business Marketing Guide and the Duct Tape Marketing Blog.
- Mitch Joel is one of Canada’s best known marketing visionaries. Marketing Magazine dubbed him the “Rock Star of Digital Marketing.” Joel is President of Twist Image and his book is called Six Pixels of Separation.
Experts, authors, and bloggers such as:
- Douglas Karr, founder of DK New Media, LLC and blogger at The Marketing Technology Blog
- Dave Fleet, Account Director and head of the Social Media practice for Thornley Fallis Communications
- Darryl Ohrt, the founder of creative agency Plaid and BrandFlakesForBreakfast.com
- Bill Green, blogger, Make The Logo Bigger
- Willy Franzen, founder at One Day One Job
- Jason Seiden, author of Super Staying Power: What You Need to Become Valuable & Resilient at Work
- Jim Turner, founder of One By One Media
- Jason Keath, founder of Social Fresh
- Dan Zarrella, author of The Social Media Marketing Book
- Joe Pulizzi, blogger at Junta 42 and author of Get Content Get Customers
- Stuart Foster, marketing consultant and blogger at TheLostJacket.com
- Nisha Chittal, blogger at Politicoholic.com
- Greg Rollett, blogger, Rock Star Lifestyle Design
Special thanks to the staff
- Miriam Salpeter and Jessica Lewis are the editors. This issue was also supported by Jonathan Coffman
- Columnists: Jay Deragon, Tiffany Monhollon, Rick Mahn, Maria Elena Duron, Vikram Rajan, Jack Humphrey, Georgina Taylor, Justin Levy, Ivana Taylor, Silvana Avinami, Howard Sholkin and Jim Stroud.
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